The Broadcast Bridge publishes almost 100 articles each month. Given that high number, you could be expected to have missed one or more of them. After a review of reader interest, we selected two that readers indicated of high interest.
As broadcasters migrate to IP, the spotlight increasingly focuses on building IT infrastructures. Quietly in the background, IT has been making unprecedented progress in infrastructure design to deliver low latency high-speed networks, and new highly adaptable business models, to make real-time video and audio work properly in IT infrastructures.
Learn about the underlying principles of high-speed IT networks and how other technologies migrate to broadcast so you can deliver the COTS efficiencies your CEO demands. Read the tutorial, Reality of IP.
Wi-Fi antennas covering several square miles topped a 60’ Genie Lift, along with a hanging PTZ IP security camera for beauty shots.
Creating exciting, expensive-looking TV that gets good ratings on a tiny budget requires some magic. The trick is to create content that appears to viewers to be a major sports network TV production without looking cheap.
Just over 10 years ago, a small technical crew began generating live TV coverage of one of the larger sport-boat racing events in the country. Located in Lake of the Ozarks, the broadcast has grown to a 7 field-camera international sports TV event. The quality and scope of the TV broadcasts would be unfeasible without IP video. Want to know how it’s done and learn a few tips that might prevent a disaster at your next remote? Read the article, “DHCP Can Be IP Video Kryptonite.”
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